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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                18 The Cedar Kapids Gazette: Tues.. Jan. 29. 1974 Financial and Market News Stocks Drift Lower NEW YORK (AP) Theldircction of short term interest Kisor. analyst with Paine, Web- stock market continued a downward drift Tuesday. The Dow Jones average at 2 ber. Jackson Curtis, p.m. was down 3.69 at 849.32. Both buying and selling were said Manown "Buck" Declines led advances on the New York Stock Exchange about 7 to 6. restrained, and- trading was very dull. NYSE prices included Ameri- "The market is just Motors, down -U to 12% on lime, wailing for hard news on [profit-taking after its recent the prospects for a reflow ofjclimb; Colonial Penn Group, Arab oil, for a resolution of the down 8ai to 34% though a uncertainty following Watergate spokesman said the company and for an indication as to thciknows of no reason for the idrop; Norton Simon, down 2 to Texaco, off Vs to and Ups and Downs j (i.M, up to Of loiro Interest LATE QUOTATIONS (From Lamson-Brothers) Am, tns. Fund 4.46-4.V Rein, 23n-M'-1 BaciKs ot Iowa Beatrice Foods Cherrv-Byr Conrac Foods Sxttulive Dotd FMC FMlC Guardsman Hamisctifgr Havvkeye BanCorp interstate p Iowa Electric Icwa-lll. Gdi John Devre comm Keuttel Life Investors. Inc. LTV Corp. Mapco comm ..No trade 16'l 4JV, 15 .14 ..10 II'. i McCord Corp Mid-America AMd-Conllnent, Ind AVracle Oiark Quaker Oats Rath Rockwell United Fire Casu Victor Corp. VWR-Unlted Winnebaqo 2SU I3'a 30 .-17 NEW YORK following list shows the stocks that have qone uo the most and down the most based on percent of change on the New York Stock Exchange regardless of volume. Net and percentage chanties are the difference between yesterday's closing price and todays last price. Liquidation Sinks Grains CHICAGO (AP) Farm cor modify futures came tuuii strong selling pressure Tue day, with wheat futures leadii the selloff in the major pits o a fall of some 17 cents A bushe All the major pits were utide act'ive liquidation from II opening bell on. Wheat and soj beans were down around cents while corn was down cents and oats the limit of cents. There was some recovei several times but new selling the close brought prices dow to about lows for the session. At the close, wheat was dow 17 cents a bushel, March 5.85 corn was 5 lower, March oats were down 5 cents, Marc and soybeans were 1 lower, March 6.27M-. 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Corn No. 2 yellow 3.95n. Oats No. 2 extra heavy white 1.63'4r Soybeans No. 1 yellow C.R, Markets Prices paid on the Cedar Rap ids hog market Tuesday wer weak to 25c lower. Prices paid Monday for th bulk of country and plant de- livered butchers weighing 20 to 230 Ibs., depending on grad and condition were Packing sows 300 Ibs. dowi were Butchers 230-240 Ibs. are 25t off; 240-250 Ibs. are 50c off; ani 75c off for each 10 Ibs. weigh over 250. Packers are 25c off fo each weight grade from 300-36 Ibs., 50c off each weight grad to 500 Ibs., and 75c off eacl- weight grade above 500 Ibs. CATTLE MARKET Choke and prime steers 344.50- S46.5 ..540.50-542.5 .S40.50-S42.5 Itioice and prime heifen 3ood heifers Standard and utility steers Standard and utility heiftrs ..S39.SO-S41.S Utility cows S2B.OO-S33.CC Commercial Cows duller cows................ Quits 528.00-S33.00 -S31.00-S35.0fl 9.50441.5 (Yield grade 4 overfat steers and heif irs are discounted S5 per cwl. and ylelc grade 5 are discounted per cwt.) commercial cows.) )CO Ibs. than regulai WnAirL .40b 7 91 WnBnc 1.40 l.4n testgEI .97 .80 fhelFry .40 'hirlpoi .BO 'hile Motor ;illiams Co 1.26 'innebaqo 'olwth 1.20 eroxCp 1 aleCorp .72 SB IS 11 24 13 13 'A 10 50 24 6 50 10% 10V ws S30.00-535.00: canners and com- lerciai cows J29.00-S34.50; bulls 139-00- 11.50. POULTRY price quotes for poul ry on the Keota market Include: heavy ireeding hens, 15c, leghorn and light hens Oc, and old cockG, ic. GRAIN No. 2 yellow corn, No, 1 yellow soybeans, S5.B6. 33 Ib. oats, S1.40. Tuesday prices delivered. FEEDER CATTLE Tuesday's quotations from Lamson Bros. Close Prev 'arch M.60 55.00 April 55.75 56.25 SHEEP Choice to prime shorn lambs are 538.00- Choice to prime wool lambs are S35.00-S38.00. EGGS A large, 50c; A medium, J4c; A small 27c; B, 29c I2c; checks. 23c; weekly prices delivered. Iowa Hogs DES MOINES (AP) (USDA) Estimated' receipts Tuesday at Iowa and southern Minneso- ta packing plants, important concentration yards and buy stations week ago 000; year ago Butchers steady to 25 lower than Mon- day mid-session, or fully 25 lower, instances 50 lower than Monday close. Movement fairly active, demand fairly good. Sows steady. Country points U.S. 1-3, 200-230 Ib 40.00-40.25; 230-250 Ib 39.50-40.00; 250-270 Ib 38.25- 39.25; sows 270-330 Ib 33.00- 34.25; 330-400 Ib 32.50-33.75. Packing plants U.S. 1-3, 200- 230 Ib 40.50-40.75; 230-250 Ib 40.00-40.50; 250-270 Ib 38.75- 40.25; sows 270-330 Ib 33.25- 34.50; 330-400 Ib 32.75-34.00. DRESSED MEATS DES MOINES {AP) Midwest carlo! leat trade for Iowa and river market reas: Beef trade slow; choice steer beef 3.00-4.CO higher, choice heifer beef 2.00- 2.50 higher, instances 3.50 higher; choice 600-900 Ib. steer 75.00; choice heifer beef 5CO-700 Ib. 71.00. Fresh Dork cut trade rather slow; loins 17-20 Ib. 66.50; picnics 6-6 Ibs. 53.00; Produce CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (DPI) Eggs: Prices paid delivery to Chicago unchanged: Prices to retailers: Extra large 76-79; large 75-77; mediums 73-75. 8 ian 2SW 27 Wi 71Vi NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK (AP) (USDA) Whole- sale egg offerings fully adequate for cur- rpnt demand Tuesday. Whiles: Fancy large 74-76. Fancy medium 72-74. Fancy smalls W-69. Butter offerings ample. Demand iusf fair. Creamery. 93 Score unquoted; 92 Srore cents. Tuesday. Candidate's Wife Hurt DES MOINES (UPI) Kath- 75% Gannon, wife of Dcmocrat- 25i 11 v'jic gubernatorial candidate Wil- U'A I 57Vj 57Vj 3K 375> 26Vj 27 -i- 17% 12 16 3 25'.i 24 I 51 8 56 HH Vi 9105 Vt 4X40 16 16Va... 69 Vj 11 168 38'A 37 37 11 65 15V7 2.1 66 I33'A 135 1! 267 35'A W 12 30 15ft VI 4 56 Vi 6 122 1C.   fifth street, Improper passing Kare A. Mohwinkle, 2274 Fifth ave nue, Traffic signal Scot M. Nohre, 3020 Fourth avenui Melvin D. Prouty, 63 Ninth street, Consumln liquor In a bar after hours Milo A. Popp, jr., 565 Fifth av enue, Intoxication Mar vin D. Hammer, Newhall, Assault and battery Warren Mundy, Springville, 10-day jni .erm suspended. Marion Rainbow ioard will meet Thursday a p.m. in the John Slushe YMCA Wednesday's i58 Chatham road NE at the Marion'Cedai: R jris ranch YMCA is: Non-aquatic women's fitness class 9 a.m., pen gym 10, men's fitness class women's volleyball 1 .m., junior high gym 3, grade chool girls basketball instruc- on 4 and 5, men's open gym 6, Collins Radio basketball league Sharyn Dixon welcomes and new patrons at Marge's Salon. 377-3808. 1660 5th Ave. Marion. Adv. Marion Senior Citizens group pool -Ltan-M r esTons wil1 meel WednesdaY poui uim ividi t) American Lepmn huilrim nd 11 a.m., pre-school 10 and 1 .m., adult open swim a supper. outh lessons swim team :30, family 7. Hickory smoked barbecued ibs, shrimp and chicken served Vednesdays. Stickney's Score- Return Home Mrs. Kenneth 'hillock, 5419 Gordon avenue Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. obert Newlin, ;reet, returned 963 last Eleventh weekend Mesa, Ariz., where they isiled their brother and wife, [r. and Mrs. Milo McNiel: The IcNiels and Mrs. Whitlock are irmer Marion residents. Person to bus dishes, Stick- ey's.Scoreboard, Brother Dies Mrs. Richard odge, route 3, has received ord of the death Saturday of er brother, Ned Frank, at urora, Colo. Memorial services be conducted Saturday at apakoneta, Ohio. Marleen's Beauty Nook. Call 7-4424. Adv. Three Held on Drug Charge Three Cedar Rapids men anc a rural Solon man were charge  I.67V1 I.U'.i 6.J7V, 6.14 6.34 i.30 6.75 5.65 5.01 Vi 4.M 2.99 3.03 3.CS 2.96 1.71 1.71 1.6! 6.37 6.41 6.44 6.43'A 6.36 OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA (AP) (USDA) harrows and gilts fairly active after slov opening; 200-270 Ib 50-1.00 lower, most 2CO-250 Ib 75-1.00 off; over 270 Ib steady to 50 290-330 Ib sloady to strong; 1-3 195-260 Ib  olvcd (he polluiloa problem."   

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